At the Connected Cisco Store, we can use the Oculus with our Meraki cameras for store surveillence purposes. We are able to jump from camera to camera, to get a whole picture of everything going on throughout the store. However, the Oculus use case can be extended to many other industries, including entertainment, manufacturing, project management and events.
With the Oculus and Meraki cameras, countless windows of opportunities are opened. Businesses can cut exorbitant travel costs and visit multiple locations in one day, increasing efficiency of both time and money. Locations that are hard to get to and potentially dangerous, such as mines and power plants become easily accessible with these technologies. Learn more about the Oculus Quest and its use cases here. Learn more about the Meraki MV32 here.
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Tech Tuesday's with the Cisco Store
The Connected Cisco Store has become a place for employees, customers and partners to see Cisco technology come to life in a real, functioning retail environment. With our Tech Tuesday series, we are bringing this store experience to our audience at home on the Cisco Store Instagram. Virtual tours, led by Cisco Store tech expert Brian Domine, showcase a new technology each episode from the Connected Store at Cisco’s headquarters in San Jose, California.
Didn’t get enough of the Connected Cisco Store? We will be showcasing even more technologies throughout the rest of our series! Keep up with our Tech Tuesday episode highlight here. To learn more about the Connected Cisco Store, check out our case study here .
Keep up with the Cisco Store on Instagram and Twitter! Visit the Cisco Store website for 24/7 Cisco merchandise shopping, and don’t forget to log in if you are a Cisco employee to receive your discount!